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Autopano Video - Workflow


This page will guide you through the different steps of the entire process of video stitching, from the acquisition to rendering. It will help you get a perfect 360 video, by redirecting you to the appropriate tutorials.


Step One
Acquisition and preparation of your videos
This is the first step of the whole 360 video process: how to capture a 360 video.
Step Two
Synchronisation
Cameras can rarely be triggered at the same time, and you absolutely need to have synchronized video flux for a perfect stitching. This is why the synchronization is a very important step to insure you the best stitching and rendering.
Step Three
Creating and editing a reference panorama
This steps is one of the most important, it shows you how to create a first reference panorama and how to edit your states of the timeline.
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Step Four
Using the anti-shake feature
Optional but highly recommended: the anti-shake feature.
Step Five
Temporal editing
The essential step of the process: editing your stitching all allong the timeline. It works with the Step 3.
Step Six
Render
The final step of the stitching process: how to make the final export depending on the destination/finality of your project.
Step Seven
Publishing
Last but not least: how to play and publish your 360 video ?


You want to try Autopano Video but don't have any videos to stitch ?
Don't worry, you can download 6 video samples filmed using the Freedom 360 rig and the corresponding project file here : http://www.kolor.com/360-videos/360_video_sample_balloon.zip

These videos have been pre-synchronized, using our motion based synchronization method, in order to reduce the length of this sample.





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